Sessions held 2018

Summary of Professional Development sessions held over 2018.

Academic reading strategies
Academic speaking workshop (EAL)
Academic Writing Style (EAL)
Accessing ABS data & other important datasets
Animal Ethics
ARC information session
ARMS
Basics Thesis Structure
Bibliometrics
Bootcamp
Conducting Interviews
Creating Impact for Research through Social Media Engagement
Creative practices circle
Critical Reading
Critical writing
Data Management
Data Visualisation
Defeating Self Sabotage
Developing Arguments
Developing the researcher 'voice'
Digital Photography for Researchers
Endnote for Mac
EndNote for Windows
EndNote Master Class
Establishing a Research Profile
Exploring Library Resources: Using ProQuest Effectively
Exploring Research Methods using Sage Research Methods Online
Finding and Using Theses and Dissertations
Finding Australian Content
Finding Research Funding Opportunities using Research Professional
Focus group Interviews
Fullbright Session
GIS & Spatial Analysis
Giving feedback on Writing
HDR Inductions
Human Ethics
Introduction to CRO and linking your ORCiD profile
Introduction to learning Bayesian Networks
Knowledge sharing: Thesis in Word
Literature Review
Literature Review Using EndNote & NVivo – An Introduction
Measuring and Evaluating Research Impact
Meet the Helpers
My Research Career
NHMRC information sessions
NVivo
NVivo Advanced
Overcoming procrastination
Panel session - Research Communication
Presenting Research Metrics [for Grants and Promotion]
Presenting your research - the basics
Proof-read your own grammar
Qualitative Research, An Introduction
Research Administration
Research Writing Tools
Self-gardening workshop
Shameless Self-Promotion
Shut Up & Write
Staying up to date with Research Alerts
Supervisor Series
Supportive Conversations for HDR Supervisors
Survey and Questionnaire design
Survive your research degree
Survive your thesis
Sustainability in Research – 2018 Grants and Guidelines
Systematic reviews
The big picture on data analysis
The Conversation
Understanding Open Access
Using Citation Databases (incl. Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar)
Using Health and Medical Databases
Using Library Databases
Using Word for Theses (and other long documents)
Verb tenses in the thesis
Working with the Media
Writing a Book—From Inspiration to Publication
Writing a research proposal
Writing circles
Writing More Clearly
Your Research Poposal